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Continuing the antitrust theme, Google had more than just Siri to worry about -- which came as a by-product of Eric Schmidt's repeat performance during a Senate antitrust hearing.
Google is accused of 'cooking' search results to favour its own products over others, and continues to struggle to justify or even prove that the company is not. Also, because of its 65 percent marketshare, Schmidt continued to face questions over Google's dominance over the search and mobile market. According to comScore, Android controls around 34 percent of the U.S. market while Apple's iOS has just over 43 percent. Surely that would be enough to prove that it was not hogging the market?
Ultimately, the company has to remain seemingly in control and assertive, as well as competitive, without being seen to be overly competitive to the point where regulators start looking into the business practices of the company.